Star Ocean: The Second Story R is introducing on PC, PlayStation consoles, and Nintendo Switch, however those aiming to experience the remake of among the best JRPGs ever launched at its best will have to prevent the Switch release, as it will not run as efficiently as it does on other platforms.
During Gamescom, ResetERA forums member dodo667418 gotten verification that the game will run at 60 FPS on PC and PlayStation 5 and just at 30 FPS on Nintendo Switch. Resolution wasn’t validated for any of the console variations.
In addition, brand-new Star Ocean: The Second Story R off-screen footage was shared online, providing a make over at the remake’s updated combat system, traversal, and more. With the removal of spell freeze, which disrupted the action whenever most magic spells were cast, fight looks significantly much better. The removal of random encounters is set to enhance the game’s pacing substantially too, as the encounter rate in the original was somewhat high.
It has never ever been a much better time to be a fan of the series produced by tri-Ace than the previous couple of years. While Star Ocean: The Second Story R may end up being a much better experience thanks to its renowned characters, the most recent entry in the series, Star Ocean: The Divine Force, is a strong RPG and a far better game than the majority of its predecessors, as I highlighted in my review.
Star Ocean: The Second Story R launches on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch on November 2nd around the world.